European Public Law Centre (EPLC)
1995-11-16 Athens Greece
16 Nov 1995, Athens (Greece), on the initiative of E-XE3133 - European Group of Public Law (EGPL). Registered in accordance with the law of Greece. Ceased to exist, when continued as E-XJ1767 - European Public Law Organization (EPLO), even though still used under same title when referred to for national (Greek) purposes.
Promote pure and applied study and research on and training in all areas of national, comparative and European law; support initiatives of associated bodies.
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Board of Directors, comprising representatives of member institutions. European Scientific Council (meets annually) comprising all members of EGPL. Committees (2): Evaluation; European Library. Includes E-XK1725 - Academy of European Public Law.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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